Fast and furious will come to life at Universal Orlando

The attraction, which will recreate the world of clandestine auto racing, will be ready in 2017. One of the most successful film sagas of recent times, Fast and Furious, will have its own version at the Universal Studios Florida complex in the American city of Orlando.
The attraction, which adds to that of Harry Potter, The Simpsons, The Mummy, My favorite villain and other movie hits that have been recreated at Universal parks, will be ready in 2017.
Visitors will be able to experience an explosive high-octane journey that will fuse an original storyline and incredible technology with everything the fans love about the film: popular characters, thrilling environments, constant action and, of course, high-speed cars, Universal said in a release. Dwayne Johnson (Hobbs), Michelle Rodriguez (Letty) and Tyrese Gibson (Roman) will be part of the ‘Fast’ family when they embark on an electrifying and new adventure of Fast & Furious (Fast and Furious by its title in Spanish).
Travelers will be immersed in the clandestine world of car racing that became famous in the movies, exploring the headquarters of Toretto and his team, and even see some of the supercharged cars they saw on the big screen.
They will also board specially designed vehicles and take off on an adrenaline rush with their favorite movie stars.
Fast & Furious is the biggest film franchise in Universal Pictures that has grossed in the box office in history. Since the release of the first film in 2001, the series Fast & Furious became a cultural phenomenon.
The attraction will replace Beetlejuice Graveyard Revue and Disaster, Major Motion Picture Starting You at Universal Studios Florida. Disaster will close on September 8, and Beetlejuice will close later this year to make way for the new attraction.

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